25. In The Roman Calendar, Winters Didn’t Exist
Did you know that in the early Roman Calendar, the winter season did not exist at all? The wintry phase of the year was not given any mon in the calendar.
What this did was make the definition of one year as containing only 304 days, with 61 winter days completely unaccounted for. We wonder why the Romans did that..was it because a lot of social activity ceased during the winter, and people practically hibernated?